Ridiculously famous actor Leonardo DiCaprio visited the Vatican Thursday to speak with Pope Francis about their shared environmental concerns.
He also handed the pope a fat check from his charity because he's the man.
After kissing his ring, Leo said in Italian,
Your Holiness, thank you for granting me this private audience with you.
Oh, Leo, if only you knew how many millions of women would do anything to hear those words from you -- in any language.
In a classy-as-f*ck move, Leo offered Pope Francis a book of works by 15th century Dutch painter Hieronymus Bosch.
Showing Francis the reproduction of Bosch's "Garden of Earthly Delights," a three-paneled painting that once hung over his crib as a child, Leo explained,
As a child I didn't quite understand what it all meant, but through my child's eyes it represented a planet, the utopia we had been given, the overpopulation, excesses, and the third panel we see a blackened sky that represents so much to me of what's going in in the environment.
Looks like we can all take a few tips in social etiquette from the "Titanic" heartthrob.